07:05 AM EDT 04/01/2015
Originally posted 03/31/2015 07:20PM
While Mad Men fans won't know for sure until Sunday's premiere, it's been widely speculated online that the second half of the show's final season won't pick up where the first half left off. In fact, it may skip ahead … to the 1970s.
It may seem hard to imagine Mad Men in any time period other than the '60s, but how else to explain those outfits? Or the trailer's use of Diana Ross's "Love Hangover," which debuted in 1976? And most importantly, what will happen to our beloved but broken characters in this new decade?
We let our imaginations run wild.
Originally posted 03/26/2015 05:15PM
They grow up so fast. Just five years ago, Jon Hamm was a beardless, suit-wearing guy from … oh, we're talking about his costar Kiernan Shipka? Whoops!
Originally posted 07/19/2014 09:00AM
We rounded up two red carpet looks we were loving and one that didn't rev our engines
Originally posted 04/13/2014 07:30PM
Apparently certain Mad Men fans are like the show's narrative progress or one of Betty's dinner parties or from-scratch cakes: they take their time and don't rush it.
So before the last season kicks off Sunday on AMC at 10 p.m., here is what you need to know (warning: if you are a binge-watcher and haven't gotten to season six, stop reading now or forever hold your spoiler-griping):
Originally posted 04/13/2014 03:00PM
The 14-year-old's style is better than ours
Originally posted 03/29/2014 02:10PM
This is apparently the dress for spring
Originally posted 01/17/2014 09:00AM
Disinvite your brother, ditch the powdered doughnuts and get ready because on Saturday night, Flowers in the Attic returns to television.
The blockbuster Gothic young adult novel began the infamous Dollanganger family saga, which includes Petals on the Wind, If There Be Thorns, Seeds of Yesterday, and Garden of Shadows. (All of the books in the series hit number one on the New York Times Bestseller List, by the way.)
Since the late 1970s, Andrews's Flowers novel has sold more than 40 million copies worldwide, has been translated into 22 languages and was banned by schools across the country – all while being passed from bunk to bunk at sleepaway camp.
Originally posted 01/18/2014 12:35PM
Flowers in the Attic is the rare Lifetime movie (it airs Saturday at 8 p.m. ET/PT) that can't simply be written off as a Lifetime movie. It's so pure and perverse an example of American Gothic, I felt compelled to read the original VC Andrews novel to try and comprehend what sort of imagination could hatch such a nutty story – a fairy tale, really, that somehow combines Hansel and Gretel and The Blue Lagoon. In Virginia horse country.
Flowers, both the book and the new movie, is completely absurd – if you want to gauge the absurdity, just know that one of the darkest secrets in the narrative involves a doughnut – but somehow also psychologically coherent. It has a grip.
Originally posted 12/22/2013 01:15PM
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Originally posted 11/15/2013 11:00AM
Mad Men star Kiernan Shipka is moving into edgier territory with her role in Lifetime's upcoming reboot of V.C. Andrews's cult classic Flowers in the Attic.
In this sure-to-be-creepy horror flick, Shipka plays a teen ballet dancer who is locked in an attic along with her siblings for more than two years. Check out its brand-new trailer:
Shipka's come a long way since her early days as Sally Draper, and sometimes it's hard to remember she's still just 14 (yes, even when her young Mad Men character can be seen discovering her sexuality, not to mention the joys of nicotine).
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